stand up and nourish your life

Standing up for yourself as a way to cultivate yourself is not very in the news right now. We are more attracted to standing up for other people rights or standing up to build credibility or have some deserved attention. The latter things, the one focused on yourself, are more often then not the results […]

accepting failure is a matter of questions

What will you do when you fail is something that might mark your life. Success, failure, are just steps of a process of research, and as such shouldn’t contain sadness. They are just part of life. But when we talk about failure, sadness appears because you’re implicitly judging yourself for not being able to reach […]

the synonym for passion is caring

Have you ever wanted to stop doing something? Or, worse, did you stopped doing something you once loved because you didn’t care about it anymore? This is a usual setup when we experience a Burnout in a work environment. When you experience a burnout you suddenly (at least for me) try to save yourself by […]

if all the love was done onto you

If all the love was done onto you then it would be the perfect day. Having love, discovering love, living love, is one of the most powerful things that could ever happen to you. If it happens, then it’s your perfect day. When people care, when people move for you, that’s when you feel the […]

the illusion of bad thought

Bad thoughts seem always like the right thing, it’s absolutely normal to think that it’s best to share them with someone. Sharing our dark thoughts seems compelling, but is that useful? Does that help with solving the problem? If all we do is keep ¬†complaining than it’s difficult to find an exit to the tunnel. […]

a matter of priority, faux interest vs real interest

Yesterday I was talking to a friend,, once I shared with him my 2015 goals he said that he too wanted to do that many things (I was talking about contributing to opensource and so on) but he just couldn’t make it. When he got home, he didn’t have the will to do it and […]

the introvert advantage

I am an introvert, at least I think so, and one of the things I always found out true about myself is determination. Which shouldn’t be confused with the fact that I, occasionally, procrastinate as much as anyone out here in the world. Being an introvert gives you a place to think of, where your […]

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